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    When is FL Studio for Mac comming out?

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    Hi all, noobie here. Been in the game for about 4 years. I recently got a macbook with high expectations of Logic. Needless to say, Logic sucks and I'm now using FL with bootcamp. Image line did say that they were beginning beta testing in October 2011. Has anyone read or heard anything about it recently? Im thinking itll just come out as FL 11

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    How exactly does "Logic suck"? Haven't heard anything from the FL OSX beta for a long time.

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    I guess I just don't like it. It seemed like I had to re learn a lot of things I already knew from fl.

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    Sounds like you're already using it on your mac. What's the problem here?
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    Virtual machines are slow, latency sucks. Can't give enough ram to the windows partition make it useable. It would just be nice to run it on the native OS

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    Quote Originally Posted by eloc49 View Post
    Virtual machines are slow, latency sucks. Can't give enough ram to the windows partition make it useable. It would just be nice to run it on the native OS

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    get a dell for walmart $500 i3,4gig of RAM
    add 4 more gigs of RAM for $40
    $550 and you back rocking FL Studio period!!!!!!!!!!!!
    stop waiting and get a PC
    why would you get a MAC
    if your main DAW is FL Studio??????
    Logic is great for alot of ppl
    I'm a Cubase guy though
    I rather use Cubase to record,mix full songs
    FL Studio is only good to me as a DAW for instrumental creation and mixing beats for internet display

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    you can use bootcamp also !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Noel View Post
    you can use bootcamp also !!!
    That's the best option of them all (besides abandoning FL altogether).

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    FL Studio is written in Delphi so I wouldn't hold my breath for a Mac version, and even if you could run it on a Mac it would most likely suffer the same performance issues as almost every other dual platform DAW does on a Mac.

    Contrary to popular belief Macs are not some hands down one size fits all best computer for music, like I would go for Mac if I needed to run a hardware based Pro Tools rig but not to run a native version of Pro Tools, Cubase, Studio One, Live, Reaper and certainly not to run FL Studio via Boot Cramp........It really is a matter of horses for courses or the consequences of personal preference.

    My advice to you is to learn to love Logic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollandturbine View Post
    it would most likely suffer the same performance issues as almost every other dual platform DAW does on a Mac.
    nice try troll boy

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